I've been using this receiver for a few years now ...
J. Lynch, Amazon
20 September 2015
Summary: I've been using this receiver for a few years now, and I'm the second owner--its been completely reliable all this time. Some reviews here mention latency problems with gaming, but this is not true provided you disable the on-screen overlay, input scaling, and output conversion options.
Summary: Top notch. Can't say enough good about it. For the gamers out there using it, the best way to hook up any console is NOT through your receiver. You'd go direct hdmi to your TV, then optical from TV/Console to receiver and change the input for that. i.e. Game on the receiver would be Optical 2.
Summary: I'm more of an audiophile than a movie buff so with that said, the AVR-2310ci was the last great audio/video receiver offered by Denon. The reasons: the 2310ci was the last and final model to incorporate a Phono Input, Optical Out (rec), extra Analog Out (rec), and two Switched AC outlets for...
Summary: I bought this on discount sale, so I suppose Denon doesn't care about my opinion (that is, they had already gotten paid when the retailer bought the overstock, not when I moved it from the shelf.) 1. Tiny tiny lettering in dark grey on black background.
Summary: I just have to say this is the best receiver I have ever used. Very easy to use and it sounds great, really the best part is how it thinks for you by changing outputs when you turn your equipment on and the massive amount of inputs. Never again will I but another Sony.
Summary: This receiver works great. I replaced an earlier version Denon with this one, and it performs even better. The video cross over means I only have one HDMI running to my TV, with everything else running into the Denon. I definitely recommend this AVR.
Summary: I purchased this receiver to update my system and provide a central control center for all devices. The abundance of connections allows multiple choices video connections (HDMI, Component Video and Composite Video) and Audio, (Digital and Analog).
Summary: I chose the 2310 over the newer 2311 because the price was right (499 on OneCall/Amazon closeout) and I prefered the huge number of input options on the back of a 2310. If your using only the newest gear (everything is HDMI, 3D TV) the 2311 is probably better for you and worth the extra money.